While I do not have access to real-time information, I can provide you with a list of notable collaborations between gambling companies and academic institutions for research. The following collaborations have been recognized for their contribution to the field, but please note that the rankings may vary depending on the criteria used:
1. Cambridge Gambling Research Exchange (GamREX): Collaboration between the University of Cambridge and multiple industry partners, including gambling companies, to study and address responsible gambling, addiction, and related issues.
2. Responsible Gambling Council (RGC) and University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV): Collaborative research partnership aimed at understanding gambling behaviors, developing responsible gambling initiatives, and supporting evidence-based policies.
3. International Centre for Youth Gambling Problems and High-Risk Behaviors at McGill University: Cooperation with various gambling stakeholders for research on problem gambling and youth gambling, fostering responsible gambling practices, and raising awareness.
4. Gambling Research Exchange Ontario (GREO): Collaborative network involving several academic institutions and industry partners for gambling research in Ontario, Canada, with an emphasis on problem gambling prevention and harm reduction strategies.
5. Responsible Gambling Partnership: Collaboration between the University of Sydney, the Australian government, and gambling operators for research on responsible gambling and the development of effective interventions.
6. Alberta Gambling Research Institute (AGRI): Collaboration between the University of Alberta, gambling operators, and government bodies for research on gambling-related harms, prevention strategies, and responsible gambling initiatives.
7. La Trobe University and Tabcorp: Partnership focusing on research related to gambling behavior, addiction, and responsible gambling, with a particular emphasis on sports betting.
8. University of Nevada, Reno (UNR) Center for the Study of Gambling and Addiction: Research collaboration with industry stakeholders to understand gambling disorders, advance addiction treatment, and enhance responsible gambling practices.
9. National Center for Responsible Gaming (NCRG) and Harvard Medical School: Collaboration to support independent research on gambling disorders and the development of responsible gambling initiatives.
10. Responsible Gaming Foundation (RGF) Malta: Cooperation with academic institutions for research on responsible gambling and the promotion of safe gambling practices within the Maltese gaming industry.
Please keep in mind that this list is not exhaustive, and there may be other notable collaborations that are not mentioned here.